Monday's LobbyComply News Roundup - State and Federal Communications

March 1, 2021  •  

Monday’s LobbyComply News Roundup

Campaign Finance

Canada: “Ontario Law Would Restrict Election Spending by Third-Party Groups, Double Donation Limits for Individuals” by Robert Benzie for Toronto Star

Arizona: “‘Dark Money’ Is Still Trying to Influence Phoenix Elections Despite New Law. Here’s How.” by Jen Fifield (Arizona Republic) for MSN

Washington: “Washington State Accuses Google of Campaign Finance Violations” by Karina Brown for Courthouse News Service

Ethics

National: “Capitol Riot Defendants Facing Jail Have Regrets. Judges Aren’t Buying It.” by Rachel Weiner and Spencer Hsu (Washington Post) for MSN

California: “Ethics Commission Staff Were Told to Soften Their Advice on Gifts, Whistleblower Says” by David Zahniser (Los Angeles Times) for MSN

Montana: “Lawmaker Revives Proposal to Eliminate State’s Top Political Cop” by Sam Wilson for Helena Independent Record

New York: “Trump’s Tax Returns Have Been Turned Over to Manhattan District Attorney” by Shayna Jacobs, David Fahrenthold, Jonathan O’Connell, and Tom Hamburger (Washington Post) for Seattle Times

South Carolina: “Ex-Candidate for SC Legislature Sues Opponent, Pollster and Journalist for Defamation” by David Weisman (Myrtle Beach Sun News) for The State

Lobbying

Illinois: “Ex-Lawmaker’s Indictment Stems Partly from Secret ComEd Payments, Source Says” by Dave McKinney, Tony Arnold, and Dan Mihalopoulos for WBEZ

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